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Aulnay is a busy little town famous for it's 12th Century church on the pilgrimage route to the shrine of St James of Compostela. There is a delightful market in the town square on Sunday and Thursday mornings.
Aulnay (Charente-Maritime) mini guide
The well-preserved church in Aulnay is renowned for its remarkable Romanesque carvings. Also in the town is the 12th century tower 75 ft high with walls 12 ft thick; famous dovecote originally with 2000 nesting boxes is well worth a visit!
Outdoor swimming pool, open Weds, Sat & Sun afternoons in June, and every afternoon in July & August. Thriving Market on Thursday & Sunday mornings.
Tennis, Restaurants & bar, supermarket, shops, trades & usual facilities to accommodate most needs.
Nearby, in St-Mande-sur-Bredoire is the Grand Lopin Vineyard which sells wine, cognac & pineau directly to the public.
|Department:||South West France > Poitou Charentes > Charente-Maritime >|
|Location:||On the borders of the Poitou and Saintonge regions, 17 km from St Jean d'Angely|
|Tourist information website:||http://www.aulnay.info|
|Tourist information contact email:||firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Tourist information switch board number:||+33 (0)5 46 33 14 44|
|Tourist information address:||290 Avenue de l'Eglise, 17470 Aulnay-de-Saintonge|
|Quick links to accommodation:||Accommodation near Aulnay (Charente-Maritime) - Hotels in Aulnay (Charente-Maritime)|